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Join the discussion: Yes, we tried Rocky Mountain oysters

Globe reporter Hanna Krueger prepares to try Rocky Mountain Oysters, a dish made from bull testicles, at Stacey's Old Faithful Bar & Steakhouse in Gallatin Gateway, Mont.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

GALLATIN GATEWAY, Mont. — The dish goes by many names: cowboy caviar, Montana tendergroin, dusted nut, swinging beef, the original sack lunch. But it is perhaps best known as the Rocky Mountain oyster, a euphemistic nod to the mountain range dotted with the bulls from whom these “oysters’' originate.

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Hanna Krueger can be reached at hanna.krueger@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @hannaskrueger.